Being an entrepreneur myself I’m always about helping to promote other entrepreneurs and small businesses. The golf industry is a tough racket and it’s really hard to stay in business. That’s one reason I’m happy to write this post about Basic Golf. Basic Golf’s product line is full of quality items, quality materials and stylish designs. The one thing their product line doesn’t have is high prices. That’s a nice niche.
Keep It Simple
Basic Golf has a very nice approach to their golf apparel and accessories business: keep it basic. I really like Basic Golf owner Ed Lemire’s sense of humor. The golf shirt has the Basic Golf logo on it along with the words “golf shirt.” The golf hat has the logo and the words “golf hat” on the front and back.
My Basic Golf hat is great. It’s got a Velcro adjustable size strap with “basic golf” embroidered on it, along with the logo/name on the front. The hat is very comfortable.
I really like my Basic Golf “golf shirt.” The golf shirt has a hip design, white with gray sides. The shirt has a nice zipper on the neck, instead of buttons. I look stylin’, just like Hank Kuehne (only much better looking).
The fabric on the golf shirt is very comfortable. It’s silky smooth and very breathable with the moisture wicking Cooldry fabric. At $39, this shirt can hold it’s own with golf shirts I have which are well over $100.
Currently there are two models of golf shirts from Basic Golf, but more will be coming down the line. They also have a “Drive your balls” golf T-shirt as well.
Basic Golf has a a few accessories available in their product line as well. Head over to their site and get some golf tees, ball markers, repair tools and even a Basic Golf sticker.
Basic Golf’s apparel fills a great niche by offering very high quality, trendy items at a very affordable price. Pick some up online at their web site or tell your local shop to start carrying Basic Golf’s line.
I have a few pictures of some Basic Golf items in the new Basic Golf photo gallery. Check it out.
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